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maint: Change Guix System file names from guixsd-*.

* Makefile.am (GUIXSD_SUPPORTED_SYSTEMS): Rename to...
(GUIX_SYSTEM_SUPPORTED_SYSTEMS): ... this.
(GUIXSD_VM_SYSTEMS): Rename to...
(GUIX_SYSTEM_VM_SYSTEMS): ... this.
(GUIXSD_IMAGE_BASE): Rename to...
(GUIX_SYSTEM_IMAGE_BASE): ... this.  Change "guixsd-" to "guix-system-".
(GUIXSD_VM_IMAGE_BASE): Rename to...
(GUIX_SYSTEM_VM_IMAGE_BASE): ... this.  Change "guixsd-" to
"guix-system-".
(release): Adjust accordingly.
* doc/guix.texi (USB Stick and DVD Installation)
(Installing Guix in a VM, Invoking guix system)
(Running Guix in a VM): Adjust file names accordingly.
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Ludovic Courtès 2 years ago
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      Makefile.am
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      doc/guix.texi

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Makefile.am View File

@ -661,17 +661,17 @@ SUPPORTED_SYSTEMS ?= x86_64-linux i686-linux armhf-linux aarch64-linux
BINARY_TARBALLS = \
$(foreach system,$(SUPPORTED_SYSTEMS),guix-binary.$(system).tar.xz)
# Systems supported by GuixSD.
GUIXSD_SUPPORTED_SYSTEMS ?= x86_64-linux i686-linux
# Systems supported by Guix System.
GUIX_SYSTEM_SUPPORTED_SYSTEMS ?= x86_64-linux i686-linux
# Systems for which we build GuixSD VMs.
GUIXSD_VM_SYSTEMS ?= x86_64-linux
# Systems for which we build Guix VMs.
GUIX_SYSTEM_VM_SYSTEMS ?= x86_64-linux
# Prefix of the GuixSD installation image file name.
GUIXSD_IMAGE_BASE = guixsd-install-$(PACKAGE_VERSION)
# Prefix of the Guix installation image file name.
GUIX_SYSTEM_IMAGE_BASE = guix-system-install-$(PACKAGE_VERSION)
# Prefix of the GuixSD VM image file name.
GUIXSD_VM_IMAGE_BASE = guixsd-vm-image-$(PACKAGE_VERSION)
# Prefix of the Guix VM image file name.
GUIX_SYSTEM_VM_IMAGE_BASE = guix-system-vm-image-$(PACKAGE_VERSION)
# The release process works in several phases:
#
@ -680,7 +680,7 @@ GUIXSD_VM_IMAGE_BASE = guixsd-vm-image-$(PACKAGE_VERSION)
# 2. Update the 'guix' package so that it corresponds to the 'vX.Y' tag.
# 3. Build the binary tarballs for that 'guix' package.
# 4. Update the 'guix' package again.
# 5. Build the GuixSD installation images. The images will run 'guix'
# 5. Build the installation images. The images will run 'guix'
# corresponding to 'vX.Y' + 1 commit, and they will install 'vX.Y'.
#
# This 'release' target takes care of everything and copies the resulting
@ -713,32 +713,32 @@ release: dist
"`git rev-parse HEAD`"
git add $(top_srcdir)/gnu/packages/package-management.scm
git commit -m "gnu: guix: Update to `git rev-parse HEAD | cut -c1-7`."
for system in $(GUIXSD_SUPPORTED_SYSTEMS) ; do \
for system in $(GUIX_SYSTEM_SUPPORTED_SYSTEMS) ; do \
image=`$(top_builddir)/pre-inst-env \
guix system disk-image \
--file-system-type=iso9660 \
--system=$$system \
gnu/system/install.scm` ; \
if [ ! -f "$$image" ] ; then \
echo "failed to produced GuixSD installation image for $$system" >&2 ; \
echo "failed to produced Guix installation image for $$system" >&2 ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi ; \
xz < "$$image" > "$(releasedir)/$(GUIXSD_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.iso.xz.tmp" ; \
mv "$(releasedir)/$(GUIXSD_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.iso.xz.tmp" \
"$(releasedir)/$(GUIXSD_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.iso.xz" ; \
xz < "$$image" > "$(releasedir)/$(GUIX_SYSTEM_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.iso.xz.tmp" ; \
mv "$(releasedir)/$(GUIX_SYSTEM_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.iso.xz.tmp" \
"$(releasedir)/$(GUIX_SYSTEM_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.iso.xz" ; \
done
for system in $(GUIXSD_VM_SYSTEMS) ; do \
for system in $(GUIX_SYSTEM_VM_SYSTEMS) ; do \
image=`$(top_builddir)/pre-inst-env \
guix system vm-image \
--system=$$system \
gnu/system/examples/vm-image.tmpl` ; \
if [ ! -f "$$image" ] ; then \
echo "failed to produced GuixSD VM image for $$system" >&2 ; \
echo "failed to produced Guix VM image for $$system" >&2 ; \
exit 1 ; \
fi ; \
xz < "$$image" > "$(releasedir)/$(GUIXSD_VM_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.xz.tmp" ; \
mv "$(releasedir)/$(GUIXSD_VM_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.xz.tmp" \
"$(releasedir)/$(GUIXSD_VM_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.xz" ; \
xz < "$$image" > "$(releasedir)/$(GUIX_SYSTEM_VM_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.xz.tmp" ; \
mv "$(releasedir)/$(GUIX_SYSTEM_VM_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.xz.tmp" \
"$(releasedir)/$(GUIX_SYSTEM_VM_IMAGE_BASE).$$system.xz" ; \
done
@echo
@echo "Congratulations! All the release files are now in $(releasedir)."


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doc/guix.texi View File

@ -1866,7 +1866,7 @@ about their support in GNU/Linux.
An ISO-9660 installation image that can be written to a USB stick or
burnt to a DVD can be downloaded from
@indicateurl{https://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/guix/guixsd-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso.xz},
@indicateurl{https://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/guix/guix-system-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso.xz},
where @var{system} is one of:
@table @code
@ -1882,8 +1882,8 @@ Make sure to download the associated @file{.sig} file and to verify the
authenticity of the image against it, along these lines:
@example
$ wget https://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/guix/guixsd-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso.xz.sig
$ gpg --verify guixsd-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso.xz.sig
$ wget https://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/guix/guix-system-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso.xz.sig
$ gpg --verify guix-system-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso.xz.sig
@end example
If that command fails because you do not have the required public key,
@ -1910,7 +1910,7 @@ To copy the image to a USB stick, follow these steps:
Decompress the image using the @command{xz} command:
@example
xz -d guixsd-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso.xz
xz -d guix-system-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso.xz
@end example
@item
@ -1919,7 +1919,7 @@ its device name. Assuming that the USB stick is known as @file{/dev/sdX},
copy the image with:
@example
dd if=guixsd-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso of=/dev/sdX
dd if=guix-system-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso of=/dev/sdX
sync
@end example
@ -1935,7 +1935,7 @@ To copy the image to a DVD, follow these steps:
Decompress the image using the @command{xz} command:
@example
xz -d guixsd-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso.xz
xz -d guix-system-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso.xz
@end example
@item
@ -1944,7 +1944,7 @@ its device name. Assuming that the DVD drive is known as @file{/dev/srX},
copy the image with:
@example
growisofs -dvd-compat -Z /dev/srX=guixsd-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso
growisofs -dvd-compat -Z /dev/srX=guix-system-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso
@end example
Access to @file{/dev/srX} usually requires root privileges.
@ -2364,7 +2364,7 @@ Boot the USB installation image in an VM:
@example
qemu-system-x86_64 -m 1024 -smp 1 \
-net user -net nic,model=virtio -boot menu=on \
-drive file=guixsd-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso \
-drive file=guix-system-install-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.iso \
-drive file=guixsd.img
@end example
@ -23360,7 +23360,7 @@ system configuration file. You can then load the image and launch a
Docker container using commands like the following:
@example
image_id="$(docker load < guixsd-docker-image.tar.gz)"
image_id="$(docker load < guix-system-docker-image.tar.gz)"
docker run -e GUIX_NEW_SYSTEM=/var/guix/profiles/system \\
--entrypoint /var/guix/profiles/system/profile/bin/guile \\
$image_id /var/guix/profiles/system/boot
@ -23546,7 +23546,7 @@ example graph.
@cindex virtual machine
To run Guix in a virtual machine (VM), one can either use the
pre-built Guix VM image distributed at
@indicateurl{https://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/guix/guixsd-vm-image-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.xz}
@indicateurl{https://alpha.gnu.org/gnu/guix/guix-system-vm-image-@value{VERSION}.@var{system}.xz}
, or build their own virtual machine image using @command{guix system
vm-image} (@pxref{Invoking guix system}). The returned image is in
qcow2 format, which the @uref{http://qemu.org/, QEMU emulator} can


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